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than what the religions teach. when receiving his nobel peace price, he said: >> 50 years after dr. king spoke those years, religious-related attacks took place in one in every five countries in 2012, hostilities increased in every major region of the world except the americas. the survey found threw quarters of the world's population now lives where overall levels of religious restrictions hostil hostilities were high or very high. the survey pointed to one example, march 2012 rabbi and three jewish school children were killed by islamist extremists. the third of the 200 countries surveyed saw a rise in social hostility and pressure to conform against those of minority faiths. that was especially found in the middle east and north africa. take a look at the news whether you're a coptic christian in egypt, buddhist ther -- >> i would like to introduce our guests. brian grimm, if you look at the recent history of the world, we lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty. hundreds of millions more get to vote for the governments that run their countries, and yet we see this
because many of us are perhaps of a certain religion through an accident of birth. i think what 9/11 did and i am not alone that way, to get it to many american muslims. it forces you to grapple with the notion of what it means to be america. islam after 9/11 was on trial and every talking pundit on tv was an expert suddenly and you were told you could be a woman can be a muslim and you needed to be liberated from the violence of islam was inherent to the theology of islam. so there is a lot coming at me. as a mother of a toddler at the time commit to children. my daughter is starting kindergarten. i very much was worried about the future of my children and i felt to be muslim is just a label or something we are as a family because that sort of ancestral loyalty, then why put them through that challenge? hence the beginning of this journey. so the terrorists grow up, two beautiful buildings in our city, our state, our country. what is the impact of a person like you who's living a comfortable life in manhattan? what impact does that have on you and what you think about those people? >> g
, and the other is religion. more precisely, the book is about how the emerging nationalisms of western europe acted upon the sensibilities of human beings and still act upon those sensibilities and about how the experience of personal faith and practice partly informed by these emerging nationalisms brought about new religious insights as well as permanent fractures within the unity of western christianity. today i'd like to focus briefly on nationalism and then spend the rest of our time together talking about the force of religion. but i won't talk directory about the book "heretics and heroes." that's for you to read later. i've noticed that many author talks are basically advertisements for their book, and i'd like to give you something more, a sort of analog experience. during the height of the cold war, i heard a joke from an old italian priest -- a joke that still has some truth in it. nato exercises were many progress over western -- were in progress over western europe to train new paratroopers from different nations. and the great moment for any novice paratrooper is the moment that
a study about religious hostilities worldwide. >> religion plays a part in countless lives. the world lives in countries where religion is highly restricted according to a new report which also found hostilities towards religion have reached a six-year high. you have places where the government restricts religion, egypt being where this happens the most. then you have countries where the society itself is hostile to certain religions. pakistan leads on this front. the u.k., france, and mexico are for government restrictions but higher for social hostility. north korea was not included in the study because of a lack of data. what is happening? christians and muslims are harassed in the most numbers of countries. buddhists are harassed in the least number of countries. jews face more social harassment than actual government restrictions. the research found religious minorities are often targets of muslimshether they are in buddhist majority sri lanka or coptic christians in muslim majority in egypt. looking at the percentage of countries where this happens, there is a growing trend. wom
marriage always cite some type of religion, whether it's christianity, islam, what have you. you have come out at least to where some people claim to be christian one time only when it's convenient for what they're arguing. >> being from the south, being baptist, they're always talking about don't judge other people but they judge everybody. and it really frustrates me. like, i don't know, to be honest with you, i have this argument with my mom because she's one of those bible thumpers. and i don't know where i am on religion. i believe there is a supreme being. who's given me special things in my life. but i think he would be like inclusive in all right with everybody. if he's this supposedly, like i say i don't know. i don't get caught up in, if it's a hee or she, if she's black or she's white, whatever. i just think if there is a supreme being, he or she, however you want to phrase it would be like, i love everybody. so that's the way i look at it. >> president obama has been criticized about his religion from the time he first became a candidate. >> that's only because he's black. you
of organized religion and we went to a service with a difference here in london. they are expecting a full house in conway hall, the band is doing a final run through and making sure there is seating for the 400 strong congregation and gaining momentum and people recall trying out a godless service for a long time and some come a long way. >> from australia and the community is wonderful and i'm really looking forward to service. i was brought here by kate and it sounds really fun and exciting and i love like the whole group thing of the church can give you so religion. >> reporter: for anyone who has been to a christian church service there is much that is familiar here. songs, readings and community. it's just that god hasn't been invited. >> there is a buzz to the assembly and it shows despite the criticism against it maybe it's just a glorified keorake session and there is a need among some people of no religion inclination to come together and to celebrate. and the assembly has been only running a year but it's spreading fast. and cofounder jones thinks this is the perfect answer to
that the church will give you. so i'm not religion. >> reporter: for anyone who has been to the christian church service there's much that is familiar, it's just that god has not been invited. >>> what that shows is despite the crit sthaisms hav criticismn wage ertd against it, people from no particular religion come together to celebrate. >> it's spreading fast. co-found erdz jones thinks this is the perfect answer to the movement's critics. >> there are 28 sunday services all over the world. there are going to be another 100 in september. and it's not just the service. it's the book clups. it's the volunteering, it's people's lives being chairnd. iforts amazing when you get people who want to integrate life, people will move mountains. >> sam nightingale is a young neuroscience invited to speak. he feels the movement has a lot of catching up to do. >> the church, any religion, christian faith in church that's had a lot of times obuild up these wonderful buildings, amazing ceremonies. this has been going for a year. >> the appeal doesn't seem to have spread too much beyond an affluent urban, wh
federal agents from using religion and national origin in their investigations. reports suggesting the doj wants to specifically avoid upsetting muslims. joining me now, national policy analyst for the muslim public affairs panel. the question here is, as i said to o'reilly a short time ago, whether he is also going to announce that no longer is racial, or i should say profiling based on religion or national origin, no longer will it be allowed in terror investigations, hoda, what do you think about it? >> well, i think this is really a big deal if indeed the department of justice implements the banning of religious affiliation, national origin, and sexual orientation, as well, this is a big deal, it is really making law enforcement, the tools that they have, in conducting strong, factual police work. >> right, how is it strengthening? >> so what it is doing is highlighting the tools that law enforcement officers already have based on evidence, conducting -- >> you mean they have tools, they're taking away tool, so it is highlighting the remaining eight? >> well, they're not effective tool
. only personnel, and islam will remain the official religion of the state. and the draft said that there's freedom to practice religion, places of worship, jews, muslims and christians. >>. >> 11 people have been killed since the vote began on sunday. john mccain talking to john seigenthaler about the country's new constitution. >> this constitution will be approved overwhelmingly, places the military in a position where they decide their own budget, they decide who the minister of defense will be, they're basically an autonomous organization in egypt. and that's not a real democracy as you know. second of all, there is still significant support in egypt for the muslim brotherhood. and whether that's wrong, i'll leave it to others to decide. you're going to have an insurgency here unless there's a reconciliation between the government and those in leadership. many of the leaders of the square are now in jail. many of the liberals who wanted a more liberal society have now been in prison. thousands have been in prison. and that's not the way the path forward to democracy, and in this da
, according to a recent poll, does not believe in a life force. benefits of organized religion, rory went to an atheist service in london. >> they are expecting a full house. the band doing a run through and making sure there's enough seating for the 400-strong congregation. some have come a very long way. >> i've come from australia. i think the sense of community is wonderful. and i'm really looking forward to the service. >> i came here on vaca, it funds really fun, really exciting, i love the whole thing that church will give you, but i'm not religious. >> reporter: for anyone who's been to a christian church service there's much familiar here, songs readings and community, it's just that god hasn't been invited. there is a palpable buzz to this assembly and i think what that shows is despite the criticisms that have been leveled against it, maybe it's just a glorified karaoke session, but there's a sense for people of low religious sensibility to come together. >> this is the perfect answer to the movement's critics according to the spokesman. >> there are going to be another 100 i
that was going to be god, sex, and alcohol. you know, just enough religion, a half cup of alcohol with ice in it and a nice chaser. then i'd make it to the next week. dr. jeffers, this is what he's saying he launched onto during that controversy where everyone did not like kanye west for what he did to taylor swift. do you like the fact he threw god into that conversation. >> god, premarital sex and alcohol great for a country song but don't mix well together in real life. the fact is a person who is going to try to follow god is not going to enjoy sin the fullest. a person who is following sin can't enjoy god. kanye west is like many people, even people of faith today, who try to use god as a chaser to try to dilute misery of sin. i would say either follow god completely or go after immorality completely. don't try to mix the two because it doesn't work. >> i like the choice of words, chaser. >> do you think somebody who does that actually believes in god? do you think somebody says i want to be religious now and not later? >> no. >> tony, why does he say that. >> this view of religion is
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on tennessee for two religion men of volunteers to suppress the rebellion in the south. and governor harris replied tennessee will not land any troops for the purposes of coerce but 50,000 if necessary to vindicate rights and those in the southern. he saw the federal constitution a certain way, and he was willing to -- on the battle field put his life on the line vindicate it. in receipt -- receipt to spect he was wrong. they would have been better off staying in the union. he was -- he fold what he thought was the right thing. even though in receipt throw spect it turned out not to be right. go to c-span.org/localcontent. >>> here is a look at book being published this week. .. next on booktv anna quindlen was a guest on booknotes in
, even call yourself a jew, is different than any other religion that is out there. in order to call yourself a christian, you have to believe something. you to believe that jesus christ as your lord and savior. if you believe this, you're a christian. if you do not believe this, you're not a christian. if you do believe that, there are certain rights, and rituals, and teachings that tend to follow. to call yourself a muslim, you have to believe something. you have to believe that the koran is the final testament of god, and mohammed as is -- is perfect messenger. if you do not believe this, you're not a muslim. if you do believe this, there are certain rights, ritual combat practices you have to follow. but to call yourself a jew, you do not have to believe anything. all you have to do is pop out of womb,o is womb -- jewish [laughter] so let's call these jews the plopping jews. no --s absolutely sometimes they're called secular jews, the non-jewish jews, there's nothing jewish about them except that action which was not -- which was involuntary. this largeou expect section of jews w
creeps that design fits me on that front. religion has presented by the syrian people but said at the inside the country the powerful islamist groups which are now with baby be gaining more power and power they they they they they really looked like a knight said the opposition group outside the country as it as legitimate representative of the day. the syrian people to prove to be in geneva that they keep it all from a different name. they say the president would be stepping down. nathan ran again in twenty fourteen and two s reports coming in just now from the russian interfax news agency had her party the president that bashar al assad syrian president bashar al assad reiterating his stance that he's not ready to give up power and that's at issue is not up for discussion is once again according to russian interfax news agency. now barricades on the streets of capturing the ukrainian capital is gearing up for fresh protests this sunday is in defiance of the new anti protests law signed by president said viktor yanukovich on friday when these are the latest images coming out o
or their religion. not on people because of their ethnic background. but we have to keep an eye on people, insiders and outsiders, right? because insiders are just as dangerous. not having a security clearance even makes you not an i kept on you as edward snowden will fantastically reveal. those 1.4 million americans with top secret clearances like edward snowden are going to be the most surveyed people in america because every key stroke on a computer and log on and every place they are is going to be now more and more secure. that builds the infrastructure of what looks at the rest of us. there might be people who insist on drinking unpasteurized milk. there might be people here who utalize illegal substances. this is another one. the patriot act lays out what disequalifies you. mental defective -- i don't know if they use that word. but they have it in the law. of the 45,000 people only six were found to be mentally defective. but i am thinking what is the database of them? because i must be on that one. right? what is the database of them? and that set me off to figure out what the government's
discrimination on the basis of ethnicityender and and religion. but in the 21st century, it is no longer enough to sit back and say i did not intend this rumination. outcomes, weg at are going to vote for outcomes, and after we vote in good in 2014,sives we are going to hold everybody accountable. thank you. [applause] >> i would like to bring to our ofge now the administrator the environmental protection agency, who has served in that capacity. i talked to her the other day. she said she had big shoes to to fill, but i said she is certainly capable, and we are with her. she will give some brief remarks before i present our keynote speaker. mccarthy, i'm sorry. [applause] >> thank you, everybody. does anybody have a box i can stand on? [laughter] i know i have some big shoes to fill. thank you so much, reverend sharpton, and to the distinguished guests here today, and to my colleagues here today, it is great to be here. two months ago i visited a town in the low west side of chicago. that is where an old lead smelter used to sit in the middle of that time. the plant is long gone, but guess what
by appealing to their sense of morality and religion. the bible does command us to care for the sick and address the needs of the least. of policyample implications of the new majority is economic inequality. if you look at a map of the distribution of poverty in america, you will see the heaviest concentrations of poverty fall largely along the same lines as the rising lack and latino populations, south and southwest. although these regions are seen they arevative, unnaturally conservative and made the least to conserve. a smart politician would target this as an argument to win over low income whites as well as people of color. the party who cracks the code will rule politics in this country for decades to come. i want to get people's attention and that's why i call this brown is the new white. one way to do that is to be exposed about rate -- issues of race and ethnicity. like its attention is because addressing race touches on deep- seated fears and insecurities of how the country is changing. these are fears about how a cherished way of life is perceived to be disappearing. in
everyone else can have an open expression of their religion. we could have seen this coming when the ruling of the nadal hassan case that he would be allowed to keep his beard. this is a breakdown of the good order and discipline. i don't understand why the administration would take this on, but i believe chairman joe wilson who was head of the subcommittee should immediately call a hearing and start challenging this administration by making these unilateral decisions that's going to affect the military and it's personnel. it's going to cause more complaints, more issues. >> far be it for me to tell the military how to run it's business, because i have never been in the military, but part of the idea of a military is to be uniform so you can have discipline. and i can understand the desire to practice religion or whatever. but in that case, serve your nation perhaps another way, join the peace corps, do things there. but i always fear that with every sort of change, we're going have six committees which is just going to bog us down in more bureaucracy. i respect the people who serve and i c
federal agents from launching investigations based on a person's religion, country of origin, gender, or sexual orientation. the bush administration banned racial profiling in 2003. now, the changes come after years of pressure from civil rights groups who say federal agents single out muslims in terror investigations and latinos in immigration cases. joining me now, laura murphy, director of the aclu's washington legislative office. thank you so much for your time. >> you're welcome, tamron. >> linda is an advocacy director for the national network for arab-american communities. she says adding religion and national origin is huge, but if they don't close the national security loophole, then this is really irrelevant. what she is referring to is the justice department profiling guide, still as it relates to the identification of a terrorist, recognizes race and ethnicity when looking at a suspect. and that is permitted by the nation's laws and it says the constitution. >> so i think she's right. and i think it's very important for people to know that this is an unconstitutional form
. there are some things that ought to be pretty much fixed. for example, freedom of religion and speech, right to equality and liberty. but i think that you are kidding yourself if you think that a piece of paper in the national archives is what is protecting those things. madison was right about this he referred to the piece of paper as a parchment barriers and he pointed out he couldn't if men were angels the constitution wouldn't have been necessary but because they are not angels they are not effective. anybody that is evil enough to want to trample on the right of the american people is going to be evil enough to what's written in a document which the document has no guns or power it is just sitting mayor so if you ask what is it that protects the civil liberties in the united states it's not a piece of paper that the facts as american citizenry and if that doesn't exist then we are just kidding ourselves if we think the constitution is going to protect over celebrities. >> host: how did you come to this view? >> guest: i came to this from teaching the constitutional law for a very long t
of belief will be guaranteed. parties will not be permitted to be formed on the basis of religion race gender by geography and presidents can be impeached by parliaments. because this constitution is the best constitution we have had. i was done by professionals for somali respects human rights and freedom of religion. it's a civil constitution are a symbol of the states and this is called we were wishing for he said. more season. carter is boycotting the vote weekend them apart is paid and he did visit them and see toby is in it which is close to people and tries to act like it is a seated in the prairies and is in need of the milk ready canola siebel. the referendum is expected to receive mostly lost votes but analysts say the turnout is important to less than thirty three per cent of the population voted for last year's charter. this vote is the third in free here is annually fifty three million people are eligible to cast their ballots the pontiff results can also paint the way for french presidential elections the chief of egypt's army general of delphi icc to the ouster of morris
needs religion and the boredom i popped some tulips in jack retrieved the team still in the process. i'm actually feet which now stands at two point six billion dollars is estimated to need these many full and fifty that he is a new move. come and i'm not the least i promise to wash and clean governance has now been dropped at the students' eyes to think that the killers tamaki not constrained from state that tickets. on monday but he made an impressive debut and in agreement in the elections last month. the protected associations like the look but be that as one of the pit opened and the connection campaign is doomed by the december twenty eight promising to win it but i can do this they didn't know what vinny has accused the top leadership often aren't living on its promises it will go got of him that i'd be doing it on the issue that is issued by the pool. this is one that whatever money it is informative and i made it to see them in the pot on the spot. maybe i'll talk about some of the chemical in it. the digital stamina but it does have a cat or dog of the bama some of the other
says. but beyond that and islamists feel about the role of religion in politics is there are also divided on that issue within egypt certainly we've really learned since twenty eleven there are many different political tendencies islamists. the marriage between some of this lake is the norm. the is for all the centrist muslim brotherhood or even field full of life in italy. last wednesday i think that you have been a very different political agendas and has been doing some of these cool that they will be once a leading role in shaping the social agenda. egypt that will once again be under military rulers. social agenda that's it that's an important point on and moslem brotherhood of peanuts on. it's not just and that has been driven underground the assets of islamic charities have been frozen authorities say they're often used to fund militant activities. now for instance one cairo hospital saying that it's running out of money the association says all the sectors of the egyptian. it closes because the bill puts restrictions on them. then they must provide the services themselves
profile based on someone's religion, or national origin. so you cannot consider, for example, the fact that someone is a practicing muslim when you racially profile them. >> what does that mean. >> to some extent racial profiling is allowed to some extent in our country right now. >> what does that mean. >> it depends. could be talking about cop shops federal level that is in terms of crime. the big question is whether that would also apply to national security. because president bush. >> want to get warrant -- >> -- president bush cut down on some racial profiling when he said when it comes to national security it's still going to be allowed based on certain things. >> this guy is from kuwait, is he a muslim, we think he is doing something wrong in the warrant application you can't mention kuwait or a muslim. that's what this is, right? >> so the question the audience knows is eric holder going to say that when it comes to national security we can no longer use national origin or somebody's religion as one of the many criteria. >> it's all about getting a warrant. >> correct. >> take
pushing religion. they provide it for people. i think the department of public health can do something similar. we used to have a mobile outreach. that has been cut back. i would like to see that we started. i'm hoping to get support from the board of supervisors. if we need some kinds of legislation or pressure in the department of public health to do thiscious , to fund this kind of program. i'm not talking about homeless out in the streets. i'm talking about in people's homes wherever they are having a mental health crisis. that's my personal legislative agenda in terms of what i will be advocating for your board and for the department of public health and community behavioral health services at 1380 howard. you will be hearing more about this from me. this is my introduction of it. thank you for your time. president david chiu: next speaker. >> mr. president, members of the cabal. my name is christopher call -- i raise my attention tonight american two party system. i hate the republican party because of the on going success of nixon's southern strike that of disgruntled slaveers
and station religions the pain of milwaukee. children and seventy two. to really get to my music student and soon steve popper attempts. at that. it's an experience that will help the children made to me until tuesday i hope to live the boys went to liz's continue to improve. i think it's great that my truths can still be useful to someone else often liken it to them the special flavor flea markets in japan is the traditional measure of the japanese taking making sure nothing goes to waste however it will all live with it. it's like. holds up defence sources said. you knew you knew who will want one . khan. no comment on private matters. france's president announced his partner betty today. still the first lady promised he would clear the air force fed were eleven state visit to watch. tito was prolonged her stay in hospital and the giraffes. good news there is unfolding story first it he just constitutional referendum that tight security sometimes deadly clashes involving the now banned muslim brotherhood bittersweet third
to an early death because the imposed dogma of religion has declared that she shall breathe. thousands of women have gone to unnecessary death hemorrhage and infections leaving children or orphans and father widowers to take care of these babies. i'm just dumbfounded that we are still struggling for the human female to have control of her body and only if she is successful at using contraception which has an own failure rate even the pill has it's own failure rate. i refer you to garrette's article 1964, abortion and human dignity. please read it. >> supervisors, my name is paul kangas. a member against arena i'm here to speak against fracking. in order to stop fracking what they have done in most of the world is we have to come up with an alternative first. the alternative being used all over the world right now is a policy change called the solar feed in tariff which requires the utility like pg & e and to harvest the grid energy. this policy has made germany -- after the meltdown in japan and prime minister adopted the tariff? -- in japan and japan last month with three atomic re
they are a target because of their religion. >> wilbecause we are muslim. >> will you come back here? >> no. >> reporter: bangui was a city where people lived peacefully together recreating that climate of tolerance will not be easy. >> we have still more to come on al jazeera, including-- >> if he left me alive. i don't know if i will survive. >> the lost boys and girls of south sudan. the children fleeing to kenya. >>> the new treatment for hepatitis-c. doctors say it could improve the lives of millions. ho>> >> good to have you with us. these are the top stories on al jazeera. the u.s. secretary of state are urging all sides of the syrian conflict to attend next week's talks and ending the civil war. the syrian foreign minister is in talks with its russian counterpart. they're expected to hold a press conference shortly. >>> the united nations is warning to act now to avoid a genocide in center african republic. more than a thousand people were killed last month in attacks against rival groups. >>> and rahul gandhi will run for congress. several opinion polls predict defeat. >>> an u.n.
. sharks are still mysterious. they excite fashicination and/o fear. >> it's like religion or politics. people get really emotion. one side, these things are benevolent creatures like unicorns and would never hurt me because we have a special connection. that's bs. on the other hand, there's people who think they're absolute killers. it's really something in between. >> so we have ocean ramsey who actually swims with great whites. yep. that's a great white. >> they're misunderstand and misconstrued as ravenous, mindless man eating machines. that's not how they are. >> you're [ bleep ] crazy. >> and on the other hand, people more akin to our nantucket dude who likes to wrestle. >> ooch kcatching sharks is my favorite thing to do. just a big battle. so fun. >> reporter: shark diving might be a fun thing for us and them, but only if we do it right. >> we can't treat these animals like dogs and cats because they're not. they're predators. we have to respect them and give them credit. >> even experience divers like mark have had close calls. he was diving with a seemingly friendly tiger sha
: scholars and scientists, spiritual teachers, and philosophers, as we explore the boundaries of religion and metaphysics, of science and spirituality. join me and some really fascinating people as we try to figure out what life's all about and how it can have meaning for each one of us.
change. now, there are some things that ought to be pretty much fixed. for example, freedom of religion, freedom of press and speech, rights to equality and liberty. but i think you're really kidding yourself if you think that a piece of paper in the national archives is what's protecting those things. you know, madison had it right at least about this several hundred years ago, he referred to the piece of paper as a parchment barrier. and what he pointed out was, as he put it, if men were angels, constitutions would not with necessary. but because men aren't angels, they're not effective. men are not effective. anybody who's evil enough to trample on the rights of people are also -- after all, the document itself has no guns, it has no power. it's just sitting there. so the you ask the question what is it that protects civil liberties in the united states, no, it's not a piece of paper. it's an aroused citizenry. and if that doesn't exist, then we're just kidding ourselves if we think the constitution is going to protect our civil liberties. >> host: professor seidman, how did you come
along the way, lessons i learned, intersection of religion and politics. different sight of our present a lot of folks good to see. and avatar of our television screen, someone in the white house press briefing room. i've got to know him as a man, vulnerabilities, compassionate, his own flaws but at the end of the day is it truly decent human being. where will show little bit of that side of the book. i would love to read a little before you feel mind open up to a couple of questions. the president's emotional its really helping the president find a sense of joy and laughter and gladness in the midst of some very difficult and deep and serious times. he's a pretty serious guy commander wanted to use the devotional to a loan to release. to get to a place of joint. so one of the devotional is focused on that is from january january 6th. it is called, he danced. dense beneath the diamond sky with one hand waving tree silhouetted by the sea, circled by the circus and with all memory invade driven deep beneath the waves, let me forget about today until tomorrow. that is bob dylan, mr. tambou
religion look at the bullying allegations against new jersey governor chris christie. >>> then at 11:00 here on abc7, the dangerous new trend with a popular candy. what some kids are doing with smarties instead of eating them. that's at 9:00 and 11:00. >>> three new movies broke into the top spot at the box office. that includes the new champ, "ride along." a buddy cop comedy. earning more than $41 million. the biggest opening ever for this weekend. last week's winner, "lone survivor", came in second with 23 million. "the nut job" was third with 20 million. "jack ryan" debuted in fourth with 17 million, and disney's "frozen" drawing in crowds with $12 million. earning more than $332 million in the u.s., and nearly $760 million worldwide. >> that is it for us at 6:00. i'm ama daetz. for leigh glaser, larry beil, mike shumann, thank you for joining us. see you tonight at 9:00 and 11:00. >>> right now, the oscar nominations are out. who's in the race? >> the best picture nominees are -- >> a new mission for jack ryan. >> the character, i know all of them backwards and forwards. >> and t
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